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Old 02-24-2010, 05:59 PM   #1
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help with tile layout


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Having recently finished tiling my shower walls with "huge" rectified tiles, I am about to start tiling my bathroom floor with tiles that are 17x26. My problem is that we have a small bathroom and I am wondering if it looks best, if I get as many full tiles down as possible and not worry about only making cuts on one wall or is it better to make even cuts at each wall, which will result in only a few full tiles. I have a shower receptor on one side of the room which is the focal point , so wouldn't it look nicest if I try to use the full tiles here? I hope someone will give me their opinion on this. I know it's usually best to start in the middle of the room. I've attached a picture of the layout.
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